Person:Mary Cary (17)

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Mary Cary
b.abt. 1675
d.aft. 1719
m. on or aft. 27 Sep 1664
  1. James Caryaft 1664 - 1726
  2. Ann Caryaft 1664 - aft 1702
  3. Elizabeth Caryabt 1669 - 1729
  4. Jane Caryaft 1673 - aft 1705
  5. Mary Caryabt 1675 - aft 1719
  6. Robert Caryabt 1675 - 1751
  7. Edith Cary1675 - aft 1751
m. on or aft. 10 Nov 1696
  1. Henry Stevensabt 1701 - abt 1773
  2. Anne Stevensbef 1702 - bet 1748
  3. Unknown Stevensbef 1719 -
  4. Unknown Stevensbef 1719 -
  5. Frances Stevensbef 1719 -
  6. Thomas Stevensbef 1719 -
  7. Cary Stevensbef 1719 -
  8. John Stevensbef 1719 -
Facts and Events
Name Mary Cary
Gender Female
Birth[1] abt. 1675 She was "about 21" years old at the time of her marriage in 1696
Marriage License 10 Nov 1696 St Austin's, Londonto Thomas Stevens
Marriage on or aft. 10 Nov 1696 St Austin's, Watling Street, Londonto Thomas Stevens
Death[2] aft. 1719 She receives bequests and is appointed executrix of her husband's will - probated 21 Apr 1719.
References
  1. Thomas Stevens and Mary Cary - marriage licence, in Chester, Joseph Lemuel; Armytage, Geo J; Harleian Society (London): Allegations for marriage licences issued by the Bishop of London, 1520 to 1610 (1611 to 1828), London, 1887, vol. 25-26, p. 319.

    « 1696 / Nov. 10 Thomas Stevens, of Henley on Thames, co. Oxon, Gent., Bachelor, 25, & Mrs Mary Cary, of St Austin’s, London, spinster, about 21, at her own disposal ; at St. Austin’s, London. » Accessed on: Google Books - full view and from where it may be downloaded as a pdf file.

  2. Will of Thomas Stevens, Gentleman of Henley upon Thames, Oxfordshire, proved 21 Apr 1719 (written 7 Mar 1718).

    Description: Will of Thomas Stevens, Gentleman of Henley upon Thames, Oxfordshire / Date: 21 April 1719 / Catalogue reference: PROB 11/568 / Dept: Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury / Series: Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers / Piece: Name of Register: Browning Quire Numbers: 49 - 97
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    « In the Name of God Amen I Thomas Stevens of Henly upon Thames in the County of Oxon Gent ... I give unto my loving Wife One Hundred pounds for Mourning for her Self and Children and ffuneral charges And I give her my ffurniture and Household Stuffe in my now Dwelling House ... I appoint my Wife Executrix of this my last Will and Testament and make her also Guardian of my last mentioned Six Younger Children ... In Witness whereof I the Said Thomas Stevens have hereunto Set my hand and Seal this Seventh day of March in the ffifth year of the raigne of our Soveraigne Lord George by the Grace of God of Great Britain ffrance and Ireland King Defender of the ffaith of Anno Dom 1718 Tho Stevens ---- Signed Sealed published declared and delivered by the said Thomas Stevens the Testator as and for his last Will and Testament in the presence of us and then attested by us in his Presence ffran: Blandy [,] James Cary [,] John Parrott .... »